from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The peal of a bell.
- n. Slang An empty-headed person; a fool.
- intransitive v. To ring; jingle.
- adj. Characterized by a hammering exchange, as of blows: a ding-dong fight.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative form of ding dong (sound made by a bell)
- n. A woman's breast.
- n. A fight, an argument; a set-to.
- n. An idiot.
The Reptile leaned forward and hit the button three times, fast -- _ding-dong ding-dong ding-dong.
Go and have a look, and please comment -- Frank has called for non-US readers to comment as most of the ding-dong is from within the US.
What commenced is what history will record as Barack Obama's Big Jobs pitch, a rousing ding-dong wood shedding -- this president's finest in more than a calendar year and by far the most passionate a mostly dispassionate leader has given since taking office.
If I insist then on adding how she made bizarre whooping noises and whenever the doors to the subway closed with the accompanying ding-dong sound, Emma cheerfully sang out, "Gank - You!" replicating the exact tone of the warning sound, one is left with a very different sense of who she is.
He was widely criticized for the comment.8.39pm: Now there's a ding-dong battle going on about Newt Gingrich's huge fees from Freddie Mac, the government-sponsored housing mortgage agency.
Another night, I had just got into bed hoping for an early night when the familiar ding-dong of the public address system disturbed the peace of my room.
Wildly Speculative Season 5 Prediction: Hopefully, ding-dong, this witch is dead.
At the very least, it would provide a courtroom ding-dong that would expose Hitler either as an unreformed thug to his big-money, bourgeois backers or as a turncoat wuss to the millions of Brown Shirt maniacs who were out spreading mayhem and fear in his name.
What is the cost to the U.S. taxpayers to bring these guys to Washington so ding-dong in chief can hang a goofy medal around their necks, or pin them on their jackets, or whatever one does with them?
You see, my ding-dong fell off about 7 years and 6 months ago.